Sampras Still Missing the Ball on Buyers

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Since March 2010, Pete Sampras has been trying to sell his mansion in Thousand Oaks, Calif. for $25 million. He’s been looking for a grand slam buyer but he’s been serving out since then, even slicing the price down to $20 million.

In 2009, Sampras built the mansion from the ground up with seven bedrooms and twelve bathrooms on a twenty-acre hilltop. The backyard is stacked with an infinity pool and a tennis court fit for the king of swing.

Sampras has decided to move on from his ultra modern luxurious mansion, but so far he’s swung and missed on potential buyers. Now he’s on his year, and as the economy slowly moves for the better, an optimist would say buyers will serve up their best offers for the 16,000 square foot home.

SOURCE: Crubed

IMAGE: Trulia

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